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Truly your friend, John G. Whittier. Amesbury, 9th, 3d mo., 1867.
It is known that in the same conscientious living in the next town, to an agitation for the Ten Hour Bill at Amesbury, and there are various references to it in his brief letters to mritten in 1848, but imperfectly dated, as his letters often were:
Amesbury, 13th, 7th mo. My dear Higginson:
Thy letter was clearly to theeigners, which entirely changed the character of the operatives in Amesbury. Ms.
Letter, Aug. 26, 1902.
So in regard to spiritual libertyeditors to take up this theme.
A year later Whittier writes from Amesbury, whither he had removed: I have one item of good news from HaverhiAug. 25, 1869, he replied thus explicitly and also wisely:--
Amesbury, Mass., 12th, 8th Month, 1869.
I have received thy letter invitingaded and able woman, Miss Alice Freeman, now Mrs. G. H. Palmer:--
Amesbury, 7th mo., 1881.
Miss Freeman's speech was eloquent and wise —